Rowin LEF-317A - Mini Guitar 5-band Graphic Equalizer Pedal
Rowin LEF-317A Graphic Equalizer Pedal
The Rowin Graphic EQ Pedal LEF-317 can be used with an electric guitar or electric bass. It features five adjustable frequency faders that can be used to shape and sculpt your instrument sound to perfection. With 18dB of gain or attenuation ranging from 100Hz-4kHz, this pedal can be used to cut problem frequencies, add warmth or sparkle, create the classic scooped mid sound, achieve that AM radio effect, and more.
Compact / Miniature Case Size
Advances in circuitry design have made is possible for guitar effect pedals to be built in a compact enclosures that literally fit in the palm of your hand. The mini design allows more pedals to fit on your pedal board and also helps reduce the overall weight.
True Bypass Circuitry
The compact inner circuitry is designed with a 3PDT true bypass switch ensuring an unaltered tone when the pedal is not engaged. A true bypass switch has the ability perform a true bypass of the internal hardware circuit of the pedal, meaning the signal goes straight from the IN to the OUT.
- Full Metal Shell
- 5 bands of EQ - 100Hz, 250Hz, 630Hz, 1.6kHz, 4kHz
- 18dB of attenuation or gain
- True Bypass 3DPT Switch
- Power Supply: 9V DC (Negative Centre) - (Not Included)
- Working Current: 8mA
- Input Impedance: 470K Ω
- Output Impedance: 100k Ω
- Input and Output Connectors: 1/4" jack
- Dimensions: L95mm x W45mm x H53mm (incl. switch)
- Weight: .2kg (203grams)
Rowin LEF- 317ABy: Raymond Scott on 12 September 2020I bought this pedal from Artist guitars some time ago, to work with my Ukuleles. I like to lower the lower frequencies in the 100/200hz range to reduce the thump from the piezo pick up. That works well. However, I have since bought a mandolin that has a single coil pick up that straight to the 40 watt amp just doesn't seem to happen. I have used the Rowin LEF- 317A as a boost, so all frequencies level, the volume control acts as a boost. I therefore have a pedal that works with uke and mandolin.